The valve seals most likely.
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They are in the water because the sealions chased them away.
Bad valve seals will that. You can purchase oil treatment which allows partially restore failing gaskets. But if the engine is doing that for a while, you need to replace the seals.
cylinder, ram, seals and gland cap
You have overfilled the engine with oil. 4 cylinder takes 3.8 quarts max. But when you add oil you should always check with the dipstick if the level is proper. In meantime you need to adjust the level properly because if you do not all your seals will have to be replaced.
Its the gasket that seals the cylinder head to the engine block.
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Timing belt tensioner, and its spring. Oil seals for both camshaft and crankshaft. And it's highly recommended to replace the water pump.
Your engine burns some oil. It's one of most often problem with Camry engine, usually replacement of valve seals solve it. If you do not notice change in the oil level, do not worry many people have it even on new cars.
To replace the valve stem seals with the head on you must bring each cylinder up to top dead center, pressurize the cylinder with an air chuck screwed into the spark plug hole. (this prevents the valves from dropping into the cylinder) Now the seals on that cylinder can be replaced. The process is repeated on each cylinder. Note: you must prevent the engine from rotating when the cylinder is pressurized.
Seals on the hydraulic cylinder keep the pressure, which are needed to lift the suspension in the air. If they leak, they lose pressure and won't be able to lift the vehicle.
The water pump is run off the timing belt. did you have the belt installed by a Toyota certified technician? if not i would definitely check the water pump seals.
No brake fluid, leaking slave cylinders or Master cylinder, replace seals or whole unit and then bleed total braking system
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Yes, There are two sets of internal seals and a rear seal. The internal seals can fail and the cylinder will retain the Brake fluid, it just wont work correctly.
You'll have to pull the heads and have the guides and seals replaced. Bad seals are usually an indication that the guides have worn as well.
The cups face each other.
I've gotten conflicting info from different mechanics about too much oil. One said no problem, the engine will just "throw off" excess oil and that I need an extra quart if I change the oil filter. The other said that it would cause higher oil pressure and eventually break down the seals.
To minimize refrigerant loss
The valve seals in the head are bad.
The seals in the brake cylinders normally cause this problem. It is best to replace them with new units if this has not been done. If this has been done then the master cylinder may be the problem. The seals need to be replaced or a new unit installed.
They don't really break. The internal seals deteriorate and fail. This results in the master cylinder not holding pressure. The repair is to replace it.
Seals are probably shot. Replace the pump/reservoir assembly.